Greenwich, London, United Kingdom
Greenwich in south east London gives its name to Greenwich Mean Time and divides the Eastern and Western hemispheres of the earth. The area has a long maritime history which can be explored at the National Maritime Museum and aboard Cutty Sark, the last surviving tea clipper ship in the world. Back on land, enjoy 360 degree views of the whole of London from the only cable car in the city or from the roof of the O2 building. The area's riverside setting means a walk through Greenwich Park offers views over the River Thames and the City of London. For food the popular Greenwich market is open seven days a week with international food and drink options.